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NAT: Network Address Translation Network Address Translation (NAT) is used when you want to connect multiple computers to the Internet using a single IP address. The NAT software can run on a computer or specialized device (NAT box) that has two network interfaces: one connected to the private network and the other one to the Internet.
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NAT: Network Address Translation As a side effect, NAT provides protection. Packets will be allowed into the private network only if they belong to a connection that started by a machine in the private network. A NAT box is also called a Firewall. NAT also mitigates the problem of running out of Assigned Network Numbers. Potentially you could have another Internet behind a NAT box.
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NAT: Network Address Translation Internet Private Net N 192.168.1.0 192.168.1.100 192.168.1.10 1 192.168.1.10 2 192.168.1. 1 128.10.3.24 From the point of view of the Internet, all computers in the private network have the address 128.10.3.24 The NAT box is also a DHCP server that assigns IP addresses and it is the default router. A B C NAT Box
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NAT: Network Address Translation A TCP connection is defined uniquely in the entire Internet by four values: <src-ip-addr, src-port, dest-ip-addr, dest-port> The NAT box will work as follows: 1. The machines in the private network use the NAT box
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